Need help understanding or memorizing verb tenses in English? Press Play!
Use the Simple Present when speaking about one’s ROUTINE. Listen to the episode for some examples📚
Collocations with the verb GET📚
Collocations with the verb>> DO📚
Examples of how to use the verb>> MAKE📚
Verb BE used in the Simple Present📚
Memorize “your verbs” first.On this episode we drill kitchen verbs.📝
Associate the Simple Present with the word”Routine” Ex: every day, usually, sometimes,etc
Ex: I decided TO BUY a house.
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Review all 12 verb tenses in the English Language in this short podcast
Memorizing >> Listen and Repeat!📚
Verbs plus >> To,For,From,At,On 📚
12 Verb Tenses contrasted using the affirmative, negative and interrogative forms📚
Be+ Participle 📚
Need help asking questions in English?📚
A 2 minute review of all 12 verb tenses in the English language.📚
For Progressive Tenses, remember the formula: BE + ING?
Present, Past, Present Perfect?
Get your verb lists out and let’s review ALL the verb tenses in the English language,in 2 minutes!?
Get your verb lists out and let’s drill?
Have your verb lists ready, let’s drill the Simple Present
Remember all 12 verb tenses of the English Language in less than 2 minutes?
12 Verb Tenses in a Nutshell?
A verb a day, keeps the teacher away!?
BE + ING >> Let’s drill the Progressives? ?
Want to keep verb tenses fresh? Gotta drill!?
Listen to all episodes and take verb tenses out of the way. ?
Never know when to use the #PresentPerfect? Check out this episode?
Review 6 verb tenses in 2 minutes?
Need help understanding all the verb tenses in #English? Check out my short verb drills!
Have you already memorized the verb BE in the Simple Present?📝
Need a little help understanding conditionals?
Do you know when and how to use the Simple Past?
How are you doing with your verb tenses in English? Come drill with us!
Need help understanding the Present Perfect? Listen Up!
Let's drill questions? Remember: fluency comes with repetition!
Verb Tense Contrast??